Local News

GGC pours $416 million into local economy
By Sally L. Ramey

Georgia Gwinnett College contributed more than $416 million to its local economy during fiscal year 2015, according to an annual study of the University System of Georgia’s (USG) economic impact on the state.

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More than 200 volunteers took part in the 2nd Annual Great Gwinnett Wetlands

Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful and Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources Hosted Education and Cleanup Event at Bromolow Creek 

By Kasie Bolling

Duluth – On Saturday, April 30, dozens of concerned and caring citizens descended upon the banks of Bromolow Creek & Wetlands in Duluth to learn more about what makes a wetland so important to a community and take action to restore the health and beauty of one of their own.

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Whitner named Snellville Associate Judge
By Brian Arrington

Snellville – Attorney Tadia D. Whitner was sworn in as associate judge Monday.

Whitner replaces Angela Duncan who was hired as a full-time Magistrate Judge in Gwinnett County.

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Compete, meet and have fun playing cornhole
By John L. Byrwa
Staff Correspondent

Gwinnett– Does Joel Wyse hope to make a fortune running Peach State Cornhole? Not really, as he has other plans to make that happen.

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